Faculty Receive CETL Teaching Awards

Ten LAS faculty members were selected to receive a 2011-12 Council for Excellence in Teaching and Learning (CETL) Teaching Award in recognition of excellence in teaching, including Associate Professor of Hispanic and Italian Studies Margarita Saona, Clinical Assistant Professor of History Julie Peters, Hispanic and Italian Studies Associate Professor Kim Potowski, Assistant Professor of Physics Robert Klie, Associate Professor of Biological Sciences Robert Paul Malchow, Sociology Assistant Professor Claire Decoteau, Associate Professor of Psychology Jennifer Wiley, Assistant Professor of Criminology, Law and Justice Christine Martin, Hispanic and Italian Studies Clinical Assistant Professor Chiara Fabbian, and Assistant Professor of Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science Alison Superfine.